Edwina Bracken

‘a priori’ is a work in two parts and explores the cognitive processes of painting; both before and after the experience. The re-representation of the wall painting on its upholstered counterpart addresses the traditional dialogues played out between artwork and spectator.

‘a priori’ – what does thinking about art look like?, 2014. Oil on wood panels, bespoke printed linen upholstered seat. Painting 160cm x 160cm. Gallery Seat 150cm x 60cm x 50cm